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Mechanix Wear M-Pact Gloves

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Product Description

The Mechanix M-Pact gloves deliver full-coverage hand protection with an impact-absorbing Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) knuckle guard and dedicated finger guards that shield the top of your hand while you work. Mechanix M-Pact gloves feature dual-layer internal fingertip construction which reinforces your thumb and index finger to improve abrasion resistance where you need it most. When the going gets tough, D3O palm padding reacts on impact to absorb and dissipate energy through the palm of your hand. 

Key Features:

  • Patented Impact Guard protects the first knuckle with EVA foam padding.
  • Flexible Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) closure offers a secure fit to your wrist.
  • Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) knuckle guards and full-length fingertip protection reduce the risk of impact and pinching injuries.
  • Form-fitting TrekDry material keeps your hands cool and comfortable while you work.
  • Armortex palm reinforcement panel.
  • Dual-layer internal fingertip reinforces the index finger and thumb for added durability.
  • D3O palm padding absorbs and dissipates high-impact energy through the palm.
  • Durable synthetic leather palm.
  • Machine washable.
  • EN388 – 3121 Certified

Impact Protection

Patented Impact Guard and molded TPR absorb blunt force impact to the hand and fingers.

Impact Resistance

D3O palm padding on the gloves absorbs and dissipates high-impact energy through the palm.

Note: Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Mechanix Wear M-Pact Gloves Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.7
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4.66
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
5.00
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (1)

5
The best non bike specific bike gloves you'll ever buy

I don't normally do reviews but these are worthy of one. Over 25 years of riding mtb's, I've had just a few pairs of gloves from all of the big bike specific brands. Some of these brands have been better than others, whilst some have been frankly shocking. I wanted a glove that had some padding in the palm, which these do whilst not feeling to bulky. I don't notice the pad whilst riding but my hands no longer suffer with aching or bruising in the heal of the palm. I also wanted protection for the knuckles and back of the hands to help with the Gorse needles. The rubber does a great job and does not restrict movement in the slightest, and best of all, it's attached firmly, unlike other brands I've used in the past which have fallen off before they've even been used. The fit is spot on and the materials and construction are of a noticeable high quality. I've used these throughout the summer and yes my hands have sweat but no worse than with any other glove. I also think that they'll be fine for winter rides. No they aren't the cheapest glove you can buy, but I certainly think they are one of the best. I would be very suprised if I didn't get at least a couple of seasons out of the one pair. Don't be fooled by the cheap fakes that are on the auction sites, they are not of the same quality. Would I buy again? Yes, without a seconds thought.

I don't normally do reviews but these are worthy of one. Over 25 years of riding mtb's, I've had just a few pairs of gloves from all of the big bike specific brands. Some of these brands have been better than others, whilst some have been frankly shocking. I wanted a glove that had some padding in the palm, which these do whilst not feeling to bulky. I don't notice the pad whilst riding but my hands no longer suffer with aching or bruising in the heal of the palm. I also wanted protection for the knuckles and back of the hands to help with the Gorse needles. The rubber does a great job and does not restrict movement in the slightest, and best of all, it's attached firmly, unlike other brands I've used in the past which have fallen off before they've even been used. The fit is spot on and the materials and construction are of a noticeable high quality. I've used these throughout the summer and yes my hands have sweat but no worse than with any other glove. I also think that they'll be fine for winter rides. No they aren't the cheapest glove you can buy, but I certainly think they are one of the best. I would be very suprised if I didn't get at least a couple of seasons out of the one pair. Don't be fooled by the cheap fakes that are on the auction sites, they are not of the same quality. Would I buy again? Yes, without a seconds thought.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5

Size Chart

Men's Gloves Size Guide

SizeMen's / Unisex (cm)
Small 19 - 23
Medium 20 - 24
Large 21 - 25
XL 22 -26
XXL 27

 How to get the best fit

Generally a man's glove size corresponds to his body size (Medium = Medium Gloves), if this is the first time you've bought gloves, it is wise to measure your hand with a cloth tape-measure.

  1. 1. Measure the length in centimeters around your dominant hand (right if you are right handed) at its broadest point, excluding thumb.
  2. 2. Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the heel of the hand.
  3. 3. Use the largest of these two measurements, usually the circumference, to suggest the correct size glove for you. This size should apply to fitted open and full fingered gloves

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Long Finger Gloves Guide

 

Long Finger Gloves Buying Guide

Long finger cycling gloves come in many different styles and designs. For fast road cyclists, hard-hitting mountain bikers and daily commuters, finding the right glove for the conditions and your riding style is key to feeling comfortable and confident on your bike.

With features like touchscreen compatibility, impact armour and all-weather protection, a long finger glove keeps you under control.


Light long finger gloves

Long finger gloves are preferred by mountain bikers year-round. Offering grip on the hottest of days by wicking sweat from hands to maintain control on the bars and brakes.

Most manufacturers offer a thin, trail friendly glove that keeps the natural feel and dexterity of riding gloveless. The nature of mountain biking will often take you through overgrown trails in the summer, long finger gloves offer protection from brambles and trail obstacles.

A thin, light glove offered by SealSkinz

Hands are often the first contact point when taking a fall so riding with no gloves after a tumble is no fun at all! Even the lightest glove will offer some protection.

This type of glove is also great for road cycling and commuting.


Heavy duty MTB Gloves

Long finger MTB gloves offer varying levels of protection, from more sturdy trail gloves to DH and gravity orientated gloves.

Protection will increase on both the outside of the hand but also the palm. Manufacturers will look to find the balance between palm protection from crashing and bar feel, as a thicker glove will offer less feel on the bars. The outside and knuckles will often get caught by trailside objects or damaged during a tumble. Heavy duty gloves often have abrasion and rip resistant material on the outer, with padded inserts for crash protection.

Fox Clothing's Attack gloves have D3O padding on the knuckles to protect from trailside obstacles

Winter gloves

Riding in winter can be comfortable and warm with the right clothing. The first parts bitten by the cold are extremities like fingers. Luckily insulated, windproof and waterproof gloves are available for the winter months.

Insulation can be provided by Neoprene, Primaloft, and various other material while wind/waterproof materials keep your hands safe from the elements. Mountain bikers, road cyclists and commuters will all need winter protection and there are gloves tailored to each discipline.

SealSkinz are well-known for a range of waterproof clothing, they have several gloves in this range. Perfect for winter riding.

A popular waterproof treatment is known as DWR (Durable Water Repellent) a coating that can be re-applied over the months. Others will use a permeable membrane like Gore-Tex to keep the water out while remaining breathable.

MTB and Road cyclists will often have high body temperatures so require less insulation and more dexterity while keeping the wind and water repellent properties a sports specific glove can offer. While commuters often ride at a slower pace and through the worst conditions so a thicker glove with heavy insulation is key.

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE in the UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

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Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns. 

We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.